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pursige₁ [pursigé] v 1To pursue, persevere in a hope, project. sikap Nagpusige si Norma nak makapatinrog sinra it bayay. Norma pursued the hope that they would be able to build a house. (sem. domains: 7.2.6 - Pursue.) 2To enforce a rule, standard. (sem. domains: 4.6.6 - Government functions.)

sikap [síkap] v Endeavour; effort; ambition. Sa amo pagsisikap nak mag-asawa ay kinang amo mga anak ay amo napaestudyo hanggang sa nakatapos sinra. It was our endeavour as a couple that we would give our children an education until they had completed school. syn: tinguha.

tinguha [tinguhâ] vt To achieve something; to set a goal; to strive, endeavour to gain something; to woo a girl. nagsikap, nagtiyaga Atinguhaon nakong makabakay sa suyor it limang tuig it bag-ong kotse. I’ll set a goal that within five years I’ll be able to buy a new car. It kato si Nanay Leoning, usa sa ako mga tiya ay rayaga pang gingtinguha pa kag ida matam-is nak oho ni Tatang Onti nak taga-Mar-as. Back then Aunty Leoning, one of my aunts was still single and Uncle Onti from Mar-as, was still striving to win her sweet “yes”. syn: sikap.

bugna [búgnà] 1n Blessing (primarily physical or material). bugna Ato namamasran kag mga bugna it Dios sa ato ay sa iba-ibang parayan. We notice that God’s blessings to us are in many different ways. (sem. domains: 4.9.4.3 - Bless.) 2v To bless somebody; to be blessed (primarily physically or materially). Waya it tawo nak waya gibubugnai it Diyos sa ida mga maadong pagsisikap. There’s no person that God doesn’t bless in good undertakings. Imaw kali kag kayaki nak ingbugna sa ako it Diyos! This is the man that God blessed me with! (sem. domains: 4.9.4.3 - Bless.)